Porsche Performance Modification and Tuning
Given the Porsche internal designation 997, the sixth generation Porsche 911 sports car featured 18-inch wheels and tires, increased horsepower, and a more capable suspension setup than its predecessor. Although similar to the Porsche 996, the Porsche 997 exhibited notable aesthetic differences to the headlamps – among other things. The “fried egg” headlamps of the previous model were replaced by the more popular “bug-eye” design. Changes were also made to the interior of the Porsche 997.
A second version of the Porsche 997 (called the 997.2) offered an upgraded engine with direct fuel injection, improved handling, and a dual-clutch PDK transmission. Car and Driver Magazine found that the Porsche 997.2 Turbo (with PDK transmission) could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3-seconds flat. Jeremy Clarkson, famous British television personality and car enthusiast said the Porsche 997 Turbo would “make love to your fingertips and stir your soul.” Particularly flattering since Jeremy is known for his disdain of Porsche automobiles.
Whether your Porsche 911 needs factory scheduled maintenance, a tune-up, wheel alignment, brake service, engine repair, transmission replacement/repair, rear-end repair/replacement, steering /suspension repair, driveshaft service/replacement, engine cooling system repair, heating and air conditioning repair/maintenance, an oil change, a transmission service/flush, wheel and tire rotation/replacement or virtually any other type of repair, Forza will deliver a level of customer satisfaction that will exceed even the highest of expectations.